AR law is clear--a felony conviction of any kind bars someone from holding public office.
Two vastly different reactions to protestors and a legitimately anti-police group.
The question is, can you just put any ol' address on your candidate filing forms, or does it actually have to be YOUR address?
One thing Tom Cotton and Dan Whitfield have in common: A history of racist comments about President Obama.
Dan Whitfield used his Capitol View interview to spew lies and misleading statements rather than actually answering questions.
What protections AR teachers may have when reporting violations of rules and regulations about COVID-19.
The party's reports are a mess, and we told you so--a year ago.
I guess Wildman Arms doesn't think privacy or the 2nd Amendment apply to black men.
FranSha' Anderson (aka Dametrice Burke) has at least two hot-check convictions that will be a problem for her LRSD candidacy.
When you have to drop a disingenous "what about Obama" to justify something Trump did, you're on the wrong side.
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